Cut a small piece of felt to use as a backing for your earrings. Cut two small circles out of the felt, slightly smaller than the size of the beads you are using. Make a small hole in the center of each circle with a needle or sharp scissors.

String your beads onto headpins, and then create a loop at the top of each headpin. Place the headpin through the hole in one of the felt circles, and then bend it over so that the bead is secure against the felt. Repeat this step with the second bead and felt circle.

Attach jump rings to each loop on the back of the felt circles, and then attach earring hooks to those jump rings. Your beaded earrings are now complete!

  • Cut a small piece of felt to the desired shape and size for your earring
  • Apply a layer of glue to the top of the felt piece
  • Place beads onto the glue, using more or less depending on your desired look
  • Allow the beads and glue to dry completely
  • Once dry, add a jump ring to each side of the earring so that it can be worn

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How to Make Beaded Earrings Beginner

Are you interested in learning how to make beaded earrings? If so, you’ve come to the right place! This tutorial will show you everything you need to know to get started making your own beautiful beaded earrings.

The first thing you’ll need is a selection of beads. You can find beads at most craft stores, or online. Once you have your beads, decide on the design of your earrings.

Will they be long and dangly, or short and sweet? Once you have a general idea, it’s time to start stringing them onto wire or thread. If using wire, cut two pieces that are about 6 inches long.

Using needle-nose pliers, make a small loop at one end of each piece of wire. String your beads onto the wire, using as many or as few as you like. Make sure that the beads are snug against each other so that they don’t slip off the wire.

When you reach the end of your design, make another small loop with the pliers to secure the beads in place. If using thread, simply tie a knot at one end after stringing on your desired number of beads. Again, make sure that the beads are snug against each other so that they don’t slip off the thread.

Tie another knot at the other end when you reach the desired length for your earrings. Trim any excess thread from both ends..

Voila! You’ve now created a pair of beautiful beaded earrings!

How to Make Beaded Earrings on Felt


How Do You Make Beaded Earrings at Home?

Beaded earrings are a fun and easy way to add a personal touch to your jewelry collection. Making your own beaded earrings at home is a great way to save money and get creative with your style. All you need are some basic supplies and a little time, and you’ll be on your way to creating beautiful earrings that reflect your unique taste.

To get started, gather together the following materials: beads, wire, needle-nose pliers, wire cutters, and earring hooks. Once you have everything you need, follow these simple steps: 1. Cut a piece of wire that is about 6 inches long.

Using the needle-nose pliers, make a small loop at one end of the wire. This will be the top of your earring. 2. String the beads onto the wire in whatever pattern or design you like.

Make sure to leave enough space at the end of the wire so that you can easily make another loop for closure. 3. Once all of the beads are strung onto the wire, use the needle-nose pliers to create another small loop at the end of the wire (this will be the bottom of your earring). 4. Use the wire cutters to trim any excess wire from both ends of your earring design.

Attach an earring hook to each top loop, and voila – you’ve got yourself a new pair of pretty beaded earrings!

How Do You Make Stiff Beaded Earrings?

There are a few ways to make stiff beaded earrings. One way is to use memory wire. Memory wire is a type of wire that holds its shape and can be wrapped around your wrist or finger without losing its shape.

This makes it ideal for creating bracelets, necklaces and earrings. To create stiff beaded earrings with memory wire, simply string your beads onto the wire and then wrap the wire around your fingers to form a loop. You can then add a clasp if desired.

Another way to make stiff beaded earrings is by using fishing line or beading thread. String your beads onto the fishing line or thread and then knot the ends together. Trim any excess fishing line or thread and then glue on an earring hook.

You can also add a jump ring to the top of the knot before gluing on the earring hook if you want to be able to adjust the length of the earring. A third way to make stiff beaded earrings is by using craft wire. Craft wire is a type of thin metal wire that comes in different colors and gauges (thickness).

It’s easy to work with and bend, so it’s great for making all kinds of jewelry including bracelets, necklaces, rings and evenEar wires are usually made from 18-gauge craft wires because they’re strong but still flexible enough to bend into shape easily.. To make stiff beaded earrings with craft wire, start by cutting two pieces of wire that are about 2 inches long each.

Then use round-nose pliers to curl one end of each piece of wire into a loop (this will be where your jump ring or Earwire hooks onto later). Next string your beads onto each piece of wired starting at the non-looped end, leaving about 1/2 inch at the end without beads (this will give you enough room to make another loop). Once all your beads are strung on, use your round-nose pliers againto make another loop at the other end of each piece of wired (opposite from where you started).

How Do You Make Looped Beaded Earrings?

If you’re looking to add a touch of handmade style to your jewelry collection, consider making some looped beaded earrings. This project is simple enough for beginners, and with a few basic supplies you can create unique earrings in any color combination you like. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

-Beads (I used 6mm glass beads) -Headpins (I recommend using ones that are 1″ or longer) -Wire cutters

-Round nose pliers -Jewelry findings (ear wires, jump rings, etc.) Start by threading your beads onto the headpin.

I used three beads per earring, but you can use more or less depending on the look you’re going for. Once all of your beads are on the headpin, use your wire cutters to trim the excess wire, leaving about ½” – 1″ of wire at the end. Next, use your round nose pliers to create a loop at the end of the wire.

You want to make sure that this loop is big enough so that it will fit over your jewelry finding (in this case an earwire). If it’s too small, your earring will be unstable and could fall apart easily. Also make sure that when you’re creating the loop, the tail end of the wire is pointing downwards – this will help keep everything secure once it’s all assembled.

Now it’s time to open up a jump ring and attach it to both the top loop of your bead design AND one side of your jewelry finding (in this case an earwire). Use your pliers to gently twist open the jump ring, hook on both pieces, and then twist it closed again. Make sure that it’s closed securely so that your earring won’t fall apart.

Repeat these steps for each earring and then enjoy wearing your new handiwork!

How Do You Attach Beads to Earrings?

There are many ways to attach beads to earrings. The most common way is to use a bead cap, which fits over the top of the bead and has a small loop on the underside. This loop is then attached to the earring wire using a jump ring.

Another popular method is to thread the bead directly onto the earring wire. If the wire is thin enough, you can simply push it through the hole in the bead. Otherwise, you will need to use a needle or other sharp object to make a hole big enough for the wire to pass through.

Once the bead is threaded onto the wire, you can secure it in place by making a simple loop at the end of the wire (this is called a wrapped loop). You can also attach beads to earrings using head pins or eye pins. To do this, simply thread your beads onto the pin, trim off any excess length, and then make a wrapped loop at the end of the pin.

You can then attach this pin directly to your earring findings.


Beaded earrings are a simple and fun way to add some personality to your look. Felt is a great material to use for this project because it’s easy to work with and the finished product is lightweight and comfortable to wear. Follow the steps in this tutorial and you’ll be able to make your own beaded earrings in no time!

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